The Sydney Comedy Club returns to The EG in October featuring Christian Elderfield (UK), Umit Bali & Jason ‘Rash’ Ryder
DOORS OPEN AT 6:00PM WITH THE SHOW TO BEGIN AT 8:00PM.
Members $15 | Non-Members $25
*Limit of 5 member tickets per member.
Not a member? Join the waitlist
Please note: NO Seat Allocations will be made until the day of the event. Please contact The Entertainment Grounds directly for group or joint booking requests . View the indicative floor plan here
COMEDY NIGHT MENU
Asian Basket for 2 – $16.50
Includes coconut prawns, mini spring rolls, samosas, dim sims, prawn crackers and sweet chilli sauce
Mexican Shredded Chicken Nachos for 2 – $18.00
Delicious pulled chicken breast, corn chips, sour cream and a mild salsa
Antipasto Platter for 2 – $19.00
A selection of cured meats including pancetta, pastrami and Hungarian salami, Greek Fetta cheese, chargrilled red capsicum, Kalamata Olives, tomato relish and crisp parmesan toasts
Seafood Basket for 2 – $25.00
Hand rubbed salt and pepper calamari, flathead fish goujons, coconut prawns, beer battered chips, tartar and fresh lemon
TO ENJOY BY YOURSELF
Steak Sandwich – $14.00
Served on a toasted brioche loaf with tomato relish, aioli, caramelised onion and a mixed leaf salad
Caesar Salad – $10.00
Fresh cos lettuce, house made croutons, crispy bacon, egg and caesar dressing
Add Chicken + $3.00
Chicken Schnitzel – $15.00
Served with chips, salad and gravy
Bowl of Wedges – $ 7.00
Served with sour cream and sweet chilli
Note: Pre-Sale tickets & food will close at 3.00pm Friday 30 August
Over 18s only.
Christian Elderfield’s performance is packed with wonderfully punchy storytelling and clever observations. Basically it’s a fun show from a witty Brit adjusting to an Aussie lifestyle.
Christian has been in many UK competition finals but since moving to Australia he’s hit the comedy scene hard taking his solo show ‘Christian Elderfield: Bolloxed’ to the Adelaide Fringe where he was rated ★★★★½ by The Adelaide Advertiser.
“Astute Wit” – Chortle
Umit Bali, a Fijian-Indian Australian with an American accent and whose first name is kind of Turkish. Although relatively new to the Festival circuit, Umit performs regularly in some of Sydney’s best comedy clubs, where he tells stories and jokes about friendships, family and belonging and culture. Umit’s positivity and cheerfulness, mixed with his breakneck speed delivery makes his comedy infectious.
“Bali’s highenergy stage presence is as entertaining as it is inspiring […] Equal parts funny and stupidly resilient, this is a man you can’t help but wish the best for.” ★★★★ Alex Tate, The West Australian
“a captivating stage presence […] This is brave, insightful, confronting stuf . He’s the type of comedian you want to share a beer with after the show — purely to hear the rest of his colourful life story.” ★★★★ Katie Spain, The Advertiser
“…my feelgood show for the festival. Umit Bali was a joy to spend time with for his hour’s show. He’s a powerhouse of energy […] and he just radiates positivity.” ★★★★ – Julia Chamberlain, The Clothesline
“I saw Umit Bali and was blown away. Equal parts edgy and silly, but both hilarious. Catch him while you can still afford it.” Will Anderson
Jason ‘Rash’ Ryder’s
The very mention of Jason ‘Rash’ Ryder’s name brings smiles to the faces of those who have attended one or more of his performances. Armed with his signature lunatic yet likeable expression, he comes to the stage wrapped in a fireball of energy and starts shooting punch-line after punch-line of his patent Aussie humor. Casual, cool and utterly hilarious, he punctuates his delivery with brief pauses, which prepare his audience for yet another bout of giggles. Very few standup comedians are capable of creating uncontrollable laughter with each line that they speak, and Ryder is one of them.
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